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Summer Camp FAQs

How is my child grouped?

6-9 year olds will be in one gym and the 10-13 year olds will be separated in a second gym. We will also subdivide the campers into smaller groups when doing stations/skills/games. (For example: 6-7 year olds and 8-9 year olds together. We will also keep those of equal skill level together.)


What does my child need to bring?

Proper indoor shoes, shorts, water bottle, snack for snack time (1 in the morning, 1 in the afternoon) and a lunch. It is important that your child brings a full water bottle that can be refilled throughout the day as they will be active all day! We will be selling Gatorade for $2.00 on site. We encourage your child to bring a full lunch and 2 fulfilling snacks to stay fueled! We do our best to make sure that all campers finish their snacks/lunch before they can go back to playing!

Each child will receive a camp t-shirt for them to keep! We will provide basketballs for use during camp.


Can I sign up for just a half day?

If your child is 6-9 years old you can sign him/her up for the skill development morning sessions (Still include some game play at the end of the morning geared toward skill of the day). If your child is 10-13 years old you can sign him/her up for the afternoon sessions which are focused on game play and competitions (1 on 1, 2 on 2, 3 on 3, 4 on 4, 5 on 5, and team activities, team drills).

 

Does my child need to bring lunch on Fridays?

No! Every Friday at camp we will have pizza day. Your son/daughter will receive 2 slices of pizza with the choice of either pepperoni or cheese. Please still pack drinks and snacks with your child. We will be selling Gatorade on site for $2.00.

 

What if my child has allergies?

We make sure that camp is a peanut free environment. All of our instructors have their first aid and CPR certifications. Our Summer Director holds her First Responder Certification. Let our Summer Director know before camp starts of any severe allergies so we are aware of them and can take proper precautions.


Will my child be doing anything other than basketball?

Each day will be basketball filled! But we also understand that most children don’t want to play basketball 7 hours straight. We take some breaks from basketball throughout the day and engage in other activities throughout camp that challenge each child’s listening skills, work ethic and team building. We ensure that each activity will be fun and challenging! We will be in the gym the whole day and do not venture out on any field trips.

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